Sergeant Harry Hackett
 Corporal Harry Hackett, at the grand age of 23 yrs old

 
Harry (above left) with members of The Grenadier Guards 1st Battalion, convalescing at or near the Manor House on the B3143, Piddletrenthide, Dorset DT2 in 1916.  

Harry (back row left).
 
 
A letter addressed to Harry Hackett that had been re-directed from 5, Manor House, Piddletrenthide to North Camp, Seaford, Sussex.

Grenadier Guards, London Command Depot, North Camp, Seaford.



Harry and his wife Olive.
 
 

 
Some general Grenadier photographs (click to enlarge)


Cleaning boots at Lyndhurst camp in early October 1914, before the 7th Division sailed off to war.


1st and 2nd Battalion Grenadier Guards marching past the King outside Buckingham Palace.


Aubers, France 1915 the scene of many battles where Harry may have well been involved.

Thanks to Chas Chambers for the photographs